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Outdoor camping will involve a lot of problems. What are the precautions for the first outdoor camping? How to choose outdoor camping equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, and moisture-proof pads. Everyone can read this article with these questions, I hope it will help everyone!

It is the first time to go camping outdoors, what should a novice prepare?

When it comes to outdoor camping, many people only think about what equipment to bring? In fact, outdoor camping is not just about preparing equipment, but also needs to have safety and environmental awareness and must abide by the code of outdoor ethics.

  1. Practical principles of equipment: Since camping, tents, sleeping bags and floor mats are indispensable, headlights and hygiene products such as toilet paper, wet tissue paper, towels, toothbrushes and even a compressed water bucket are required. Since camping, you will need a picnic, and gas tanks, stoves, and simple aluminum pots and rice bowls are also indispensable.

As for other equipment such as hiking shoes, waterproof jackets, trekking poles, and snow cover, although they are important preparations for mountaineering, they are not necessarily necessary equipment for camping, because you are going camping, not exploring, you can Drive your car to a grass dam or a forest clearing to camp without dressing up as a snow mountain climber or cave explorer.

Of course, since it is camping, it is necessary to spend the night. Lighting equipment such as headlights and camp lights are definitely needed. Otherwise, if the eyes are blackened at night, it is not only not fun, but also there may be various safety hazards.

  1. Camping environment selection: For the first time camping, it is best to have an experienced donkey to go with you, so as to guide you how to choose a safe and comfortable camp. For example, many new donkeys often choose to pitch their tents on the clean river beach lawn when they travel for the first time. Although it is a very romantic thing to lie down and listen to the water view room with the gurgling water, it is very dangerous! In fact, in recent years, there have been many tragedies in which camping tents were washed away by sudden flash floods. In addition, in order to avoid the wind and rain, it is not advisable to tie the tent under the cliff, which may cause a landslide after the rain and cause casualties. It is also not advisable to pitch the tent on a raised plateau in isolation, as lightning strikes may occur during thunderstorms.

In addition, it is best to spray with sulfur powder or insecticides around the camp in summer to prevent poisonous insects from attacking. In the early morning, shoes and other containers placed around the tent should also be carefully checked to prevent insects and snakes from hiding in the cold.

  1. Food and water: Try to bring your own drinking water when you go out for camping. You must choose a clean water source to boil or even boil for drinking after precipitation. Don’t see the mountain spring flowing down the cliff and think it must be the clean water source of nature. Maybe you When I climbed up the cliff, I saw animal dung and even sewage from the vegetable fields reclaimed by the mountain people.

Don’t eat wild vegetables and fruits that you can’t grasp, let alone wild mushrooms. You must know that even a native mountain person can go wrong when picking wild mushrooms, and there is no chance of remedying such a mistake. And wild vegetables must also have considerable experience, especially wild celery is most likely to be confused with poison hemlock.

  1. Protect the environment: Try to avoid using large tools to dig soil and shovel grass, and try not to use tools such as hoes to destroy the original state of nature. Don’t pick wild flowers cheerfully when you see them, please leave them for future people to watch together, because those wild flowers belong to the public resources and do not belong to you alone.

What are the conditions for a good place for outdoor camping?

  1. Try to pitch your tent on hard, flat ground.
  2. Do not camp on river banks and dry river beds.
  3. The entrance of the tent should be leeward, and the leeward also considers the safety and convenience of fire.
  4. When camping, do not set the camp below the cliff, it is very dangerous. Once the strong wind blows on the mountain, it may blow off stones and other objects, causing casualties.
  5. In order to prevent the tent from being flooded when it rains, a drainage ditch should be dug just below the edge of the tent roof.
  6. The four corners of the tent should be pressed with large stones.
  7. Air circulation should be maintained in the tent, and cooking in the tent should prevent fire.
  8. Before going to bed, check whether all the flames are extinguished and whether the tent is firmly fixed.
  9. If the camp is close to the village, you can ask the villagers for help. It is even more important when there is no firewood, vegetables, and food. Close to the village is also a shortcut, that is, close to the road, which is convenient for the movement and transfer of the team.
  10. If it is a camp that needs to live for more than two days, you should choose a shady place to camp in good weather, such as under a big tree and on the north side of the mountain, preferably facing the sun, not huwaiu.cn Sunset sun. This way, if you rest during the day, it won’t be too stuffy in the tent.
  11. In the rainy season or areas with many thunderstorms, the camp must not be set up on high ground, under tall trees or on relatively isolated flat ground. It’s easy to get struck by lightning.
  12. Site division: A complete camp should be divided into tent camping area, fire area, dining area, entertainment area, water area (washing), sanitary area and other areas. The fire area should be downwind.
  13. Construction of tent camping area: If there is a tent camping area consisting of several tents, when arranging tents, you should pay attention to:

First, all tents should be oriented in the same direction, that is, the tent doors should be opened in one direction and arranged side by side.

Second, the distance between tents should be kept at least 1 meter, and the wind-resistant rope of the tent should not be tied unless it is necessary to avoid tripping people.

Third, if necessary, a cordon (ditch) should be set up, and a circle can be drawn around the tent area with irritating substances such as lime and tar outside the tent area, so as to prevent the intrusion of reptiles such as snakes.

  1. Build a dining area with fire: Dining is generally in the same or similar place as the fire. This area should have a certain distance from the tent area to prevent sparks from burning the tent. The best place to cook is a place with ridges and stone ridges, so that the stove can be dug and built, and the collected firewood should be stacked outside the area or upwind. The dining area is best to have a grassy area where everyone sits around, and the “table” can be a large flat stone or just on the ground. Lamps should be placed where they can illuminate a larger area.
  2. Construction of water intake area: water and water intake are generally located at the water source. Washing water and edible water should be separated. If it is running water, the edible water should be upstream, and the washing and domestic water should be downstream.
  3. Build a sanitation area: The sanitation area is a convenient place for the team members to relieve themselves. If you only stay for one night, you don’t need to dig and build a ditch. You can designate a place that is convenient for men and women. If the number of team members is large or the stay is for more than two days, a ditch should be dug.
  4. Construction of entertainment area: The entertainment area can be in the dining area, and it can be cleaned up after eating. If the site is large, a separate piece of land can be demarcated, as long as the site is flat.

What equipment do I need to bring when I go camping?

  1. Hiking shoes (adaptable, wear-resistant, waterproof, preferably medium and high to help protect the ankle)
  2. Lightweight sports shoes (suitable for general outings, or when driving)
  3. Sports sandals (can be worn as slippers, and can also be worn directly on foot in summer)
  4. Sweat-wicking socks (preferably made of COOLMAX material, worn with GORE-TEX shoes, can wick away sweat and prevent frostbite in winter)
  5. Ordinary sports socks (cotton, comfortable to wear)
  6. Snow cover (useful in snow or muddy roads)
  7. Hats, gloves, glasses
  8. Sun hat (round edge, baseball cap style, whatever you like, as long as it can block the sun)
  9. Fleece hat (mainly to keep warm)
  10. Thin gloves (mainly for the convenience of activities, such as taking pictures, etc.)
  11. Thick gloves (mainly for keeping warm)
  12. Glasses (sporty ones are better, the main function is to shade the sun, and they can also be used to show coolness)

Personal Gear Supplies:

  1. Backpack
  2. Large backpack (necessary for short-distance camping or long-distance travel, preferably comfortable and able to bear weight, ranging from 45-80L)
  3. Small backpack (short-distance travel or long-distance backup, there is a certain burden, ranging from 15-30L)
  4. Waist bag or shoulder bag (for long-distance travel, you can put small things with you, preferably the kind that can hold a water bottle)
  5. Camera bag (according to personal needs, it is more convenient to use the lens if you carry it crossbody)
  6. Camping
  7. Sleeping bag (it is advisable to bring a small down sleeping bag for long distances to save space, and it is also necessary to bring it according to the needs of the season)
  8. Sleeping bag liner (if you are not camping for long-distance travel, just bring a dirt-proof fleece or cotton sleeping bag liner)
  9. Tent (for ordinary camping, ordinary waterproof and wind-resistant tents are sufficient. For long-distance travel, it is recommended to bring a small and lightweight tent)
  10. Tent mats (to protect the underside of your tent from abrasion)
  11. Moisture-proof pads (ordinary ones allow you to sit and lie down anytime, anywhere, and air pads make you more comfortable)
  12. Aluminum film floor mat (lightweight and convenient to carry, can be used as a reflector for photography when necessary)
  13. Lighting
  14. Headlights (you can spare your hands, which is very convenient)
  15. Flashlight (as a backup lighting, it is relatively reliable)
  16. Camp lights (used in camps or tents, the effect is very good)
  17. Light sticks (it has a certain role, that is, don’t throw it around, it is not environmentally friendly)
  18. Windproof lighter (not small, good for emergency lighting)
  19. Waterproof matches (also for emergency use)
  20. Cooking utensils
  21. Stove (allowing you to eat hot things in the wild)
  22. Gas tank (use with burner, pay attention to carry safety)
  23. Set of pots (there is a stove, no pot is impossible, cooking rice, soup, noodles, and fried eggs all depend on him)
  24. Small steel cup (environmentally friendly products, you can drink anything, and can also be used as a wash cup in the morning)
  25. Barbecue stove (corrupt items that can be carried in self-driving activities)

Five, water articles

  1. Outdoor kettle (can effectively prevent corrosion, the color is cool)
  2. Military kettle (with a lunch box, this is more practical)
  3. Water bag (useful when crossing the field or traveling by bicycle)
  4. Insulation kettle (it is a pleasure to go out in winter and take a sip of hot water)
  5. Water purifier (more professional, for those who have requirements for quality of life)
  6. Water purification tablets (easy to carry, the water purification effect is general, but it can meet the requirements)
  7. Communications
  8. Mobile phone (the most commonly used contact method, the most critical signal, often useless in the wild)
  9. Walkie-talkie (a very useful equipment in team activities, echoing back and forth, and also very practical for shopping within a certain range)
  10. GPS (Global Positioning System, professional toys, can help to locate, determine the route, prevent getting lost)
  11. Survival whistle (convenient to carry, can also be used as one of the team contact methods)
  12. Other articles
  13. Mountaineering tent (if used well, it can save about 20% of physical strength, and can also be used as a monopod)
  14. Toiletry bag (not to mention the use, just orderly)
  15. Personal hygiene (toothbrush, soap, towel, toothpaste, toilet paper, foot powder, earplugs, sunscreen, lip balm, heating pads, nail clippers, water purifier medicines, personal medicines,)
  16. Backpack rain cover (not only waterproof, but also an ideal tool for dust prevention for long distances)
  17. Backpack straps (can be used to fix the external items of the backpack, and can be connected as a protective rope if necessary)
  18. Maps (a useful tool for both long and short distances)
  19. Quick hanging (easy to hang small objects, towels, hats, garbage bags, etc. on the backpack)
  20. Compass (a useful tool for identifying directions in the field, or finding directions after getting lost)
  21. Sabre (I think every man should carry one, it can be used as small as peeling apples or as big as cutting numbers)
  22. Outdoor watch (can measure altitude, temperature, air pressure, with electronic compass, chronograph and alarm clock and other functions)

11, head scarf (can wipe sweat, but also can be used as a collar to cool, keep out the cold)

  1. Waterproof bag (to protect your clothes, the supplies are not wet, and it is convenient to organize in the backpack)
  2. ID bag (put important documents or money close to the body)
  3. Small telescopes (increase the reach of your vision)
  4. Sewing kit
  5. Notebook (record your travel mood or accounting needs)
  6. Spare batteries and chargers (many things use batteries)
  7. Inflatable pillow (ideal companion for long-distance car or plane rides)
  8. Medicines (cold medicine, anti-inflammatory medicine, sunscreen, getting better soon, berberine, hemostatic bandages, band-aids, vitamin tablets, eye drops, safflower oil…according to individual needs)
  9. Spare food (compressed biscuits, chocolate, beef jerky, raisins, energy bars…)

What material is good for camping tents in the wild?

The materials of field camping tents can be divided into fabrics, linings, bottom materials and struts.

  1. Fabric

Compared with different fabrics, nylon silk is thin and light, suitable for mountaineering and hiking campers. Oxford cloth is thick, but heavier, and is suitable for making tents for drive-through camping or small groups. From the perspective of waterproof coating, although PVC waterproof is good, it will become hard and brittle in winter, and it is easy to creases or break. PU coating can not only overcome the defects of PVC, but also waterproof. PU with multiple coatings, the waterproof pressure can reach more than 2000mm.

  1. Lining

The lining (inner tent material) is usually cotton nylon silk with good air permeability. From the point of view of use, the performance of nylon silk is better than that of cotton. When camping outside, tents are easy to absorb moisture, cotton cloth is not easy to cool and mildew, and nylon silk is easy to dry and not easy to mold.

  1. Bottom material

The main function of the tent bottom is waterproof, moisture-proof and dust-proof. The choice of bottom material also determines the grade of the tent. Low-end tents are usually made of PE

The bottom material, and some use PVC, is looking for low cost, double-sided laminated PE, although it has waterproof and moisture-proof functions, but it is easy to wear and leak. The bottom material, whether it is firmness, cold resistance, or waterproofness, greatly exceeds that of PE.

4, strut

The poles of the tent are the skeleton of the tent. The quality of the skeleton material not only affects the life of the tent, but also affects the stability of the tent. The early tent poles were often made of reinforced materials, which not only increased the weight of the tent, but also had poor resilience. The improved tent frame is made of fiberglass struts, which reduces the weight, improves the resilience, and has a lower cost. Therefore, current tent manufacturers mostly use such materials as struts, but the strength and sturdiness of the fiberglass struts are high. The sex is not ideal, if you thicken the strut to increase the strength, it also increases the weight. The ideal strut is aluminum alloy material. The strut connected with high-strength alloy tube is not only high in strength, but also light in weight and good in resilience. Especially the EASTON strut made of aerospace aluminum, various indicators They are all in excellent condition, so they are mostly used for high-end tents.

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Outdoor BBQ Checklist – BBQ Supplies

BBQ fork, BBQ grill, BBQ net, BBQ sauce, tinfoil, honey, peanut oil, oyster sauce, salt, rolling paper, small towel for washing, small brush, detergent, hand soap, charcoal, carbon, fire, bamboo sticks , large and small pots, plates, chopsticks, bowls, multifunctional knives, small machetes, small cutting boards, pork ribs, beef, chicken wings, ham, leeks, spinach, eggplant, corn, wild peppers, Laoganma peppers, seafood sauce , soy sauce, sugar, cumin powder, bread, peanut seeds, beer, drinking water (in barrels or bottles), Wanglaoji herbal tea or other herbal teas (infusions), seasonal fruits, insulated or refrigerated boxes, environmentally friendly garbage bags…

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The amount of barbecue food and the selection of ingredients in the list of outdoor barbecues can be based on the average food intake of the crowd. Taking adults as an example, the total food per person is about two kilograms (excluding beverages). To prevent insufficient, you can prepare some dry food.

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Cooling oil, bezoar detoxification pills, all kinds of medicines suitable for different places or people, andrographis paniculata, sulphur powder, mosquito coils, mosquitoes afraid of water, sunscreen oil, small shovel…

What is the best food for camping?

Food prepared for camping needs to be light and small. Compressed cookies are optional.

Compressed cookies are made with puffed powder. Compressed biscuits are crispy, non-absorbent and soft. Due to the high temperature and high pressure sterilization and detoxification during puffing, it is suitable for long-term storage and transportation. Packaging in plastic bags is hygienic and convenient, and is very suitable for military use.

The difference between alpine tents and wild camping tents

Ordinary camping tents are mostly yurt-style, with 2-3 carbon fiber tent poles, which provide better rainproof performance and certain windproof performance, and have better air permeability. Most of the four-season tents or alpine tents are tunnel-type tents, with more than 3 aluminum alloy tent poles, and there are many auxiliary designs such as ground nails and windproof ropes, and the selection of materials is strong and durable. Alpine tents are not rainproof, and are often heavy, making them unsuitable for weekend traversal (except in extreme winter conditions).

The space of alpine tents is narrower than that of camping tents, and the comfort pursued by alpine tents is higher than the harshness of the environment, which means that a slight compromise in weight can be made to meet the comfort of space.

Alpine tents can choose more materials than camping tents within the range that meets their environmental requirements. As far as poles are concerned, carbon, fiberglass or aluminum poles can be selected.

The poles of alpine tents generally use fiberglass poles and aluminum poles. The advantage of fiberglass rod is that it is cheap, but the disadvantage is that it is easy to age, brittle, break, and heavy. The camping tent has the characteristics of strong shear and diversion wind, no rainwater, small size after folding, convenient and easy to carry and so on. And it has the characteristics of high strength, good stability, small volume after folding, and convenient transportation and carrying.

Is it better to use a moisture-proof pad for outdoor camping or an automatic inflatable pad?

  1. Introduce the moisture-proof pad and automatic inflatable pad:

Outdoor camping, moisture-proof pads are used on tents, and sleep on moisture-proof pads in sleeping bags. Self-inflating pads are also a type of moisture-proof pads.

  1. The pursuit of outdoor equipment: good effect, light quality, small weight and light volume.

The inflatable cushion is produced under this idea. It is easy to pack and store by releasing the air when not in use. At the same time, in terms of specific moisture-proof effect and thermal insulation, the gas must also be stronger than the traditional moisture-proof pad.

Similar to the one in the picture, the disadvantage is: due to the increase of gas, if there is a foreign body puncture, it will lead to failure. At the same time, the price is more expensive, and some air cushions are difficult to be filled with the mouth, so you need to purchase a blowing motor.

To sum up: On the whole, the inflatable pad is definitely better than the moisture-proof pad. But if you don’t want to pay higher prices and don’t pursue equipment, moisture-proof pads are enough.

How to prevent mosquitoes in outdoor camping?

How to prevent mosquitoes in wild camping:

  1. The method of applying grass to repel mosquitoes: Use an appropriate amount of mint, basil or tomato leaves, rub the juice and apply it to the bare skin of the human body. Mosquitoes smell the special smell of these plant juices and are afraid to avoid them.
  2. Bottle trapping method: Use some empty wine bottles, put about 10 ml of sugar solution in each bottle, shake it a few times, make sugar solution stick around the inner wall of the bottle, and place them in the active place of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes smell the sugar and will automatically be thrown into the “bottle trap” to be stuck to death.
  3. Taking medicine to repel mosquitoes and insects: take some vitamin B in moderation. After taking it, vitamin B is metabolized by the human body and excreted from sweat or urine, which will produce some special odors. Mosquitoes hate this odor, so they dare not approach the human body.
  4. Smoking mosquito repellent method: In the tent, use some wood chips, preferably aromatic wood chips, put them in a tin can, put a few pieces of red-burning charcoal on the wood chips, and then put some dry citrus, Orange or grapefruit peel on the face will emit a very strong smell after burning, and mosquitoes will “run away” when they smell it.

Equipment and precautions for outdoor camping in summer

The essential items for summer camping are as follows:

Before camping, make a gear list and prepare the essential items. The list should include: low-ventilation double-layer tents, moisture-proof pads, sleeping bags, mosquito coils, sulfur, lighting equipment, etc.

Generally speaking, double-layer tents with low ventilation holes are the first choice, because no matter the seaside or the mountains, there will be the problem of “high humidity and heavy dew” at night. If the tent is equipped with a waterproof floor mat, the waterproof performance will be better, which can improve the moisture from the surface. The moisture-proof pad is easily overlooked by novices in camping, thinking that the waterproof function of the tent is enough. In fact, moisture-proof pads can allow campers to lie down and rest at night. It is recommended to choose physical foam products to avoid odor. Conditional can choose to use self-inflating air cushion as moisture-proof cushion, softer and more comfortable. Another item that is easily overlooked is the sleeping bag. Because generally speaking, the tent in summer will be warmer, unless it is in the alpine zone, there are not many opportunities to actually get into the sleeping bag. However, the temperature difference between day and night in the wild is large, so it is best to prepare an envelope-type sleeping bag and use it as a quilt.

Lighting at night is very important for camping, and the lighting equipment can choose battery lights or gas lights. If it is a battery light, be sure to prepare enough spare batteries. Sulphur and pesticides are sprayed around the campsite to prevent pests from entering the campsite and harming themselves.

In addition, it is advisable to wear long clothes and trousers that are more close-fitting to avoid mosquito bites and twigs. Shoes should choose outdoor sports shoes that fit and slip. Before departure, you should also prepare enough clean water, dry food and commonly used medicines, such as mosquito repellents, antidiarrheal medicines, trauma medicines, etc.

If outdoor camping involves some adventure activities, you should also bring two kinds of knives. One of them is a foldable multifunctional knife, which has more than ten functions such as main knife, bottle opener, tweezers, hunter’s sickle, saw, etc. It is convenient and practical. The broadsword should be a dagger that is suitable for chopping wood, and can also hunt animals, skinning daggers, or a large, heavy crescent-shaped knife in times of danger.

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The precautions for summer camping are as follows:

  1. Wind and rain and electric shock

When people who have lived in cities for a long time are camping, they often panic when they encounter lightning or hear thunder. In fact, there is no need to be nervous. As long as they do not camp on the highest hills or bare places, the danger will be greatly reduced. Avoid standing under tall trees when lightning strikes, and discard metal objects in your hands. If you can’t escape, then lying on the spot can also minimize the danger.

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  1. Torrents

When camping, you should pay attention to the direction of the flood. The beach alluvium is a good place for camping, but it is also the first to bear the brunt of the flood. After the rain, you should take action and change the camp. Otherwise, it may be washed away by the flood.

  1. Rising water and candles

If someone unfortunately drowns, the first thing to do is to remove the foreign body in the mouth, and perform “heart massage” and “artificial respiration”, and get a person who knows medical care as soon as possible. , likely blocking his throat. When drowning, bamboo poles, floating objects (wood, planks, lifebuoys) or clothes can be used. In addition, in terms of fire prevention, in addition to doing a good job of extinguishing the fire, do not light candles in the tent, do not throw cigarette butts and cigarette butts on the dry wood, and it is best to use flashlights or camp lamps for lighting in the tent.

  1. Insect bite

The most important thing to prevent a bee colony attack is to stay away from the honeycomb. If you are accidentally stung by a poisonous bee, wash it with alkaline soap as soon as possible, and then apply cold water or ice to the affected area. The method to prevent the bite of leech (also known as blood-sucking insect) is: when entering the mountainous area, first apply alkaline substances such as alcohol, gasoline, kerosene, soap, salt and other alkaline substances on the skin and clothes to prevent the invasion of leech. If you are still not bitten, don’t grab it with your hands, because this scratching is likely to tear off its head and leave it in the skin instead, leading to infectious diseases. It is best to pat the skin with hands, or apply salt, sugar, lime, or smoke it with cigarettes, matches, etc., and it will fall off naturally. After the leech falls off, it is best to squeeze the wound immediately to let it bleed, the amount of which is equal to the amount of blood sucked by the leech.

  1. Snake bite

A person bitten by a poisonous snake does not know where the poisonous snake will bite beforehand. If it is bitten near an artery, it will be life-threatening and should be sent to a doctor as soon as possible. However, once bitten by a poisonous snake, seize the time quickly, press the muscles near the wound with force, squeeze out the poisonous blood from the wound, and then pierce the upper end of the wound. Because it is at night, it is convenient to go out of the tent. It is convenient to put on the shoes because the flashlight illuminates the outside of the tent door, and then the shoes are turned upside down. Unstoppable.

  1. After choosing a campsite, spray with sulfur (anti-snake) or insecticide around the campsite to prevent pests from entering the campsite and harming themselves.
  2. When the tent is set up, the entrance and exit of the tent must be closed. Usually develop a good habit, close the zipper of the tent opening when you receive the account; when entering and leaving the tent, you should close the tent opening in time, so as to prevent mosquitoes and other small animals from flying into the tent and harassing them. Rest sleep at night. In many cases, when camping, some team members not only did not close the tent door, but opened the tent door to chat, so they were often harassed by small animals in the middle of the night to take pictures, affecting their rest and sleep with other team members.
  3. Pay attention to setting fire when lighting mosquito coils. It is best to use iron boxes to put mosquito coils inside, and use ventilation holes to distribute mosquito smoke. Do not leave fire outside.
  4. When entering and leaving the tent at night, it is necessary to make a certain sound in advance to alert the harmful substances around the tent and prevent it from being raided.
  5. When entering and leaving the tent at night, you must first check with the lights to prevent danger.

What gear do you need for an outdoor barbecue?

Outdoor barbecue, everything starts from simplicity and practicality. All the utensils are miniature versions, but the necessary utensils are still the same, otherwise the fun will be reduced due to the lack of certain materials.

  1. Camping stoves are generally relatively small, with a special design, and basically do not need to be installed. The biggest feature is that it is simple and easy to carry. For example, a hexagonal oven, which looks like a box with a hexagonal cylinder, is a stove top when opened. If you need a long or square grill, you can combine it yourself. If you are going to barbecue on the beach, put a simple grill on the ground to form a simple grill, put sand on the bottom, put on a charcoal fire, and burn food directly on the grill, which is very economical and practical. There is also a disposable stove, which is equipped with instant charcoal, and one stove can be used for about 1.5 hours, which is especially suitable for field camping.
  2. Barbecue fork, brush and bamboo skewer Barbecue fork is an essential barbecue tool. Bamboo sticks have the same function as barbecue skewers, and can also be used to take food, which is a one-time product.

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  1. Band-aids and some emergency supplies: BBQ grill, charcoal, brush, fork, bamboo skewer, disposable plate, disposable water cup Materials: pork, chicken breast, beef, chicken wings, various meatballs and fishballs (best Don’t choose sandwiches), saury (don’t buy too big), squid, sausages (best grilled, even seasonings can be left unpainted), waxy corn, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, stuffed marshmallows (I When baking, don’t get too close to the fire, keep turning it, the outer skin is slightly yellow, and you can pull out the silk when eating).
  2. Ingredients: oil, sugar, barbecue sauce (choose one or two from four of barbecue sauce, soy sauce, peanut butter), sweet and spicy sauce (tomato sauce, chili powder), cumin powder, seafood powder Others: snacks, bring more drinks, fruit .

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